Anthology - Wild & Steamy

Wild & Steamy (Anthology) by Carolyn Crane, Jill Myles, Meljean Brook Self-Published (Aug 2011) Kindle Edition, 119 pages Paranormal & Steampunk Romance KITTEN-TIGER & THE MONK by Carolyn Crane Reviewer: Gemma Reading shorts in an anthology can be a hit or a miss at times. You either have the short stories, which are part of a series that read like they are deleted scenes and you really need to be up-to-date with that series to…

The assassin and the underworld

…ne of Glass kicks off. Firstly I need to correct an assumption I made while reading Throne of Glass, Celaena is labeled as Ardarlan’s Assassin, which I assumed meant she was caught attempting to assassinate the King of Ardarlan. After reading THE ASSASSIN AND THE EMPIRE I now understand that Ardarlan’s Assassin is Celaena’s title for being the best assassin in Ardalan. In The Assassin and The Underworld Arobynn deceives Celaena through the contra…


DEAD TO THE WORLD (Sookie Stackhouse #4) by Charlaine Harris PUBLISHER: Gollancz RELEASE DATE: 2009 PAPERBACK: 321 pages GENRE: Urban Fantasy Sookie comes to the rescue of a naked, amnesiac vampire – and ends up in the middle of a war between witches, werewolves and vampires! Sookie Stackhouse is a small-town cocktail waitress in small-town Louisiana. She’s pretty. She does her job well. She keeps to herself – she has only a fe…

On Every Street by Karina Halle

[color-box]On Every Street by Karina Halle (The Artists Trilogy #0.5) Eternal Romance (June 2013), Ebook: 263 pages, Contemporary Romance Website • Series Listing • Amazon UK | US Carolyn’s Rating:  Gemma’s Rating: [/color-box] GEMMA When Carolyn suggested that we read The Artist Trilogy for our next Joint Review, I wasn’t sure what to expect. The book’s cover and the summary seemed to hint this could be the run of the mill…


Reviews: Long or Short?

Thoughtful Ramblings

…hot under the collar and we need a good rant or just things we want to share with fellow bloggers and readers. Reviews: Long or Short? I have a love/hate relationship with my reviews. On the one hand I love them because they are to the point and get across my feelings for the book quickly without a lot of bumf. I like to add my feelings towards the story in general along with the plot and the characters, but when you read my review you will inst…

Suzanne Johnson - Royal Street

…om grief and tragedy to jealousy and attraction. I felt each in the pit of my stomach. Which is all accentuated by the fact that DJ is an empath. CAROLYN I agree with Laura, in that the mystery aspect to the story was good. There was a little twist I didn’t see coming with regards to DJ’s mentor and boss, Gerry. I liked the twists and turns along the way, which kept me reading. I also liked the addition of DJ being an empath as well a…

Bronx - The Asylum Interviews

The Asylum Interviews: Bronx/Trixie  by Jocelynn Drake (The Asylum Tales #0.5/#0.6) | Harper Voyager (2012) Ebook, 100 pages |  Urban Fantasy In the run up to the release of the first novel in a new series, Angel’s Ink (The Asylum Tales #1), Jocelynn Drake realeaed two ebook prequel novella’s. What follows are my reviews of each of the books. THE AYSLUM INTERVIEWS: BRONX For a 100 page novella, Drake has created a short story that is bot…




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